Aga Jabłońska – co-founder and director of the Urban Memory Foundation in Wrocław, an NGO dealing with the heritage of the pre-war Jewish community of Breslau, today Wrocław. Manager, fundraiser, cultural activist and researcher in Jewish Studies. She has worked for an Israeli-Palestinian educational organization and had a ten-year professional career in Brussels, where she specialized in event management and communication strategies involving European Union programs and institutions. Aga holds two master degrees, in Political Science from the University of Wrocław and in Jewish Civilizations from the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg. She is the co-author of the publication Breslau / Wrocław 1933–1949. Studien zur Topographie der Shoah.